The Web Eyes Your Seat

Calling it the Real Good Experiment, furniture retailer Blu Dot is placing nice, modern chairs around New York City for people to take home and use for free. The chairs, which retail for $129, are undoubtedly a great curbside score. The trouble is the chairs are equipped with GPS tracking devices so their journeys can be monitored publicly. Take a look at where they’ve been placed.

November 4th, 2009 by Jeff |
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November 4th, 2009 by Jeff | Filed under Business, maps